IET appoints Naomi Climer as president
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IET appoints Naomi Climer as president

Naomi Climer has been appointed as president-elect and becomes IET president on 1 October 2015

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Imagine Communications acquires OpenTV advertising business unit
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Imagine Communications acquires OpenTV advertising business unit

Imagine Communications has acquired the assets of the advanced advertising business unit of OpenTV from the Kudelski Group.

2D to 3D innovation from Legend3D and SGO
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2D to 3D innovation from Legend3D and SGO

SGO’s Mistika is now fully integrated within stereo VFX company Legend3D’s 2D to 3D conversion process and digital asset management system.

TalkTalk expands IPTV offering with Harmonic
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TalkTalk expands IPTV offering with Harmonic

TalkTalk has chosen an integrated headend solution from Harmonic to help deliver its IPTV services.

Canal Digital Go powered by Xstream
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Canal Digital Go powered by Xstream

Canal Digital customers in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland can watch TV show and movies on their iPad with the recently-launched Canal Digital GO iPad app, designed, developed and powered by Xstream.

NewBay Media unveils the Best of Show IBC2014 guide
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NewBay Media unveils the Best of Show IBC2014 guide

Best of Show IBC2014 digital edition celebrates new and outstanding products exhibited at IBC

TV and convergence – does satellite have a future?
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TV and convergence – does satellite have a future?

More service providers than ever are now entering the broadcast space and the technology landscape for content distribution can be highly confusing. David Crawford, MD, satellite for Arqiva, asks what this means for the future of satellite TV in a hybrid connected world, and can satellite keep up with these OTT services and IP-delivered content?

DigitalGlue wins three major contracts
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DigitalGlue wins three major contracts

Systems integrator DigitalGlue has been awarded three large-scale fulfillment contracts. The company will provide hardware, preconfiguration, and support for a multiplatform video and music network, Spanish television network EstrellaTV, and satellite broadcasting company Microspace for end use in a Fortune 500 financial institution.

root6 to open Glasgow office
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root6 to open Glasgow office

Technology re-seller and integrator root6 is to open an office in Glasgow. The new venture will be run by Alex Keane (pictured) and Gerry McGachy, both of whom most recently worked at Picture Exchange.

RAI installs Calrec for news
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RAI installs Calrec for news

Italian state broadcaster RAI has installed a Calrec Artemis Light digital audio console as part of its new TV4 regional news studio in Milan.

AMC Networks embraces Avid Everywhere
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AMC Networks embraces Avid Everywhere

AMCNI-Central Europe has adopted Avid Everywhere by implementing a full content creation to distribution workflow powered by the Avid MediaCentral Platform

Sky Sports trials 4K Ryder Cup with Vizrt
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Sky Sports trials 4K Ryder Cup with Vizrt

Vizrt has delivered a successful 4K graphics workflow for Sky Sports’ Ultra HD trial at the recent 2014 Ryder Cup.

Streamstar LiTEs up the streaming industry
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Streamstar LiTEs up the streaming industry

Streamstar has launched its WEBCAST LiTE family of products, designed to revolutionise the concept of multi-camera live-streaming and switching.

Toronto Film Festival coverage gets Forbidden support
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Toronto Film Festival coverage gets Forbidden support

Forbidden Technologies has sponsored entertainment journalist Bonnie Laufer's coverage of the renowned Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September, which ran on entertainment web portal The Seven Sees.

Alarab TV launches with Elemental
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Alarab TV launches with Elemental

Alarab TV, a soon to launch Arabic-language news channel, has chosen Elemental video processing systems for its live linear and multiscreen TV service offerings.

Illegal downloading will lead to endless Dave, but no Dr Who
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Illegal downloading will lead to endless Dave, but no Dr Who

The growth in illegal downloads of TV programmes, if left unchecked, will lead to a world without the ability to fund creativity and a TV output of constant repeats – like watching an endless Dave channel. Alongside the TV production companies, actors and performers will be hit as the money to fund new productions dries up and global syndications become unviable.

The QYou
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The QYOU launches 24/7 pay TV service

Commercial-free channel The QYOU has launched what it claims to be the world’s first international 24/7 pay TV service to bring a selection of high-quality, short-form, internet video content to TV screens.

Multitasking
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Multitasking while watching TV is on the rise, reveals TiVo

Multitasking while watching TV is on the rise, reveals TiVo TiVo’s second Annual TiVo Multitasking and Social TV Survey has shown a dramatic increase in multitasking during TV viewing.

Jamal-Khashoggi Alarab
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Qvest Media delivers Alarab news channel for the MENA region

Qvest Media has completed its delivery and implementation of all production, broadcast and distribution facilities for the Arab region's latest breaking-news channel, Alarab.

4K Parks Associates
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Over 46 million 4K UHD homes expected by 2018

More than 46 million households worldwide will subscribe to a 4K UHD pay TV service by 2018, according to new research from Parks Associates.

Trustonic brings secure content delivery to Alcatel devices
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Trustonic brings secure content delivery to Alcatel devices

Trustonic, provider of Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) for smart connected devices, is collaborating with Alcatel OneTouch to bring hardware-class authentication to its devices, starting with the new flagship handset HERO 2.

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